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What to do with a 15 year old

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pinkhorse Fri 20-Oct-17 16:55:27

I promised to take my bf’s dd who is 15 to do an outdoor activity tomorrow afternoon.
The weather is now too bad tomorrow to do this activity so need something indoors to do.
Neither of us can think of anything to do indoors. There’s nothing at the cinema she wants to see.

Please can you help us think of ideas!

GeorgeTheHamster Fri 20-Oct-17 16:59:00

Art gallery and hot chocolate

Chocolatecake12 Fri 20-Oct-17 16:59:35

Bowling? Followed by a treat for lunch or a visit to a dessert restaurant.
Indoor climbing wall?
Visit to an shopping outlet?

Littlechocola Fri 20-Oct-17 17:00:28

Do you have a climbing wall near you?

What was the outdoor activity?

SnugglySnerd Fri 20-Oct-17 17:00:45

Where do you live? You might be able to get stand by tickets to a show.

OstentatiousWanking Fri 20-Oct-17 17:00:47

Bowling? Indoor climbing? We have a huge trampoline center near by, that's good fun.

Rainallday Fri 20-Oct-17 17:03:14

How about ice skating, bowling, laser quest, aquarium, indoor rock climbing/ tennis court/ badminton, swimming, spa, art gallery, museum. Might be worth seeing if there's any events on in your area as there might be something fun planned close by anyway.

user1499169579 Fri 20-Oct-17 17:05:08

Trampolining centre

pinkhorse Fri 20-Oct-17 17:16:46

She’s not sporty so tennis etc are out.
She wouldn’t go near an art gallery in a million years.
We have a trampoline park but I can’t imagine she’d have much fun without a friend to mess around with in there! The same I would imagine would be true for swimming. She wouldn’t want to swim lanes and I can’t mess around doing handstands etc in the water!

keepondreaming Fri 20-Oct-17 17:21:11

Shopping centre! Clothes shops, makeup department of big stores, afternoon tea & cake.

TeenTimesTwo Fri 20-Oct-17 17:23:50

ice skating
bowling

Allabitmuchisntit Fri 20-Oct-17 17:39:05

Yeah shopping and food.

pinkhorse Fri 20-Oct-17 17:41:43

Shopping with a 15 year old is pretty expensive! Bowling could be a winner

sadeyedladyofthelowlands63 Fri 20-Oct-17 18:11:12

Cooking? You could choose "fancy" recipes for starter, main and dessert, go shopping for ingredients, then cook it together.

SnugglySnerd Fri 20-Oct-17 20:05:03

Go out for afternoon tea?

TickledPurplePink Fri 20-Oct-17 20:17:07

Pottery painting and hot chocolates?

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